It's official: Men love steak more than relationships
Being asked to give something up for your partner would usually conjure up images of cigarette smoke or little baggies of contraband - but the thing men are most reluctant to part with? Meat.
In the UK, a poll conducted by YouGov on more than 1,650 men asked them what they'd be willing to give up for love, with some surprising results.
According to this poll, us men would rather give up smoking and drinking more (and even move abroad) before we would wave goodbye to a rare steak. Just a measly 24 percent of people said they would be willing to go meat-free for their bae. Which says a lot about us when 29 percent would give up their job!
Other changes that came out as unpopular, although admittedly more life-changing, were converting to a religion (5 percent), having your in-laws move in with you (11 percent) and cutting off contact with a friend (14 percent).
Unsurprisingly becoming a vegan came out low with just 11 percent of people saying they would be willing, although you would have the added benefit of being able to tell everyone about it.
As it turns out, 'giving up meat' could very well be the thing that 80s crooner Meatloaf was singing about when he promised to do anything for love, but wont do that.